Q: What are the ways in naming an angle?

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The 3 ways in naming an angle are..... 1.3points method 2.vertex method 3.Number method

If you mean ways of naming angles then they are: acute, right, obtuse and reflex

Acute, obtuse, and right

Degrees, radians, or polar coordinates. (3 ways)

Right angle, equilateral, isosceles and there are also scalene and obtuse triangles.

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The 3 ways in naming an angle are..... 1.3points method 2.vertex method 3.Number method

If you mean ways of naming angles then they are: acute, right, obtuse and reflex

Acute, obtuse, and right

Degrees, radians, or polar coordinates. (3 ways)

Right angle, equilateral, isosceles and there are also scalene and obtuse triangles.

A angle that is larger than 90 degrees

Acute and obtuse - degrees, radians?

I don't think there are rays of naming. Angles are made up of 2 rays.

Angles can be classified by size:Acute angle: between 0Â° and 90Â°Right angle: equal to 90Â°Obtuse angle: between 90Â° and 180Â°Straight angle (line): equal to 180Â°Reflex angle: between 180Â° and 360Â°In a shape, an angle can be an interior angle or an exterior angle.Angles that sum to 90Â° are called complementary angles.Angles that sum to 180Â° are called supplementary angles.

Yes. There is absolutely no point in naming an invisible angle!

the ways in naming a set are: roster method, rule method and set builders

dont know either!